Synopses & Reviews
An assessment of the situation of Europe and German unification at the beginning of the 1990s. The author identifies fundamental issues and documents, with the use of quotations and extracts and the decisions of those directly involved. The book also identifies and describes various organizations that form Germany's "European" framework.
"... a valuable teaching resource for German studies and German politics courses ... wholeheartedly recommended for the lively manner in which it documents the German Question over the postwar period." --German Politics
, Frank Cass
"... very well written (and translated), accurate and wholly accessible to students - a most useful book which accurately conveys in its conclusion the feeling of 'glad, confident morning' of the immediate post-Unification period." --West European Politics
"... an excellent overview between the two German states, between them and their neighbors, and even more between the newly reunited Germany and the rest of Europe and the United States." --Conference Group on German Politics
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.